Dr. Dave Lumenta, Ph.D

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1 The Political-Economy of Ending Headhunting in Colonial Sarawak: Kenyah Perspectives and Dutch Responses to the 1924 Kapit Peacemaking Agreement and its Aftermath
Modern Asian Studies, Cambridge University Press (2017, in press)
2 Moving in a Hierarchized Landscape: Changing Border Regimes in Central Borneo
Wacana, Vol. 13 No. 1 (April 2011), pp. 121-145
3 A Resource-Hungry Malaysia, Transnational Mobile Peoples and the Absence of the State: A Lethal Combination for Natural Resources in Indonesia’s Borderlands?
Transborder Governance of Forests, Rivers and Seas (Wil de Jong, et. al., eds.), London, Routledge / Earthscan, 2010, pp. 51-66.
4 Borderland Identity Construction within a Market Place of Narratives: Preliminary Notes on the Batang Kanyau Iban in West Kalimantan
Jurnal Masyarakat Indonesia, Jilid XXX No. 2 (2004)